Kim Yoon-ah

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Kim Yoon-ah
Kim Yoon-ah at the 2011 World Fair Trade Day Festival in Korea 111.jpg
Kim Yoon-ah

(1974-03-11) March 11, 1974 (age 48)[1]
OccupationSinger, songwriter
Years active1997–present[2]
Spouse(s)Kim Hyung-gyu (m. 2006)
Musical career
GenresModern rock, Alternative rock, Ballad
InstrumentsVocal, piano, guitar
LabelsInterpark INT
Korean name
Revised RomanizationGim Yun-a
McCune–ReischauerKim Yuna

Kim Yoon-ah (Korean김윤아; Hanja金倫我; born March 11, 1974) is a South Korean singer and songwriter.[3] She is known as the lead singer in the modern rock group Jaurim. She also released several solo albums. She also made her musical theatre debut in 2015, playing the role of Mrs. Danvers from 2015 Korean production of Rebecca the musical, though after the premiere performance she left the production due to severe laryngitis.[2]

Personal life[edit]

In 2006, she married dentist & television presenter Kim Hyung-gyu. They have one child.[4]



  • Shadow of Your Smile / 2001
  • Glass Mask / 2004
  • 315360 / 2010
  • The Pain of Others / 2016


Title Year Album
"One Fine Spring Day" (봄날은 간다) 2001 One Fine Spring Day OST
"Missing You (Feat. Kim Yuna)" 2012 One Of A Kind G-DRAGON EP
"Lucid Dream" (자각몽) 2015 Missing Noir M OST
"The Road" (길) 2016 Signal OST
"Small White Flower" (작은 꽃) The Last Princess OST
"Voice" (목소리) 2017 Voice OST
"Kite" (연) Saimdang, Light's Diary OST
"To You" (나인 너에게) 2018 Mother OST
"Days Without Tears" (눈물 아닌 날들) Mr. Sunshine OST
"Be Colored" (물들어간다) 2020 Tell Me What You Saw OST
"Nobody Knows" The Cursed OST
"Lonely Sailing" (고독한 향해) The World of the Married OST
"Winner" 2021 Mine OST[5]

Digital Singles[edit]

  • KYRIE / 2016
  • Goodbye / 2016
  • Glass / 2016



Title Year Role Notes
Interview 2000 Herself
The President's Last Bang 2004 Singer
The Wonder Years 2007 Seol-young

Television drama[edit]

Title Year Role Network
Best Theater - Dreamers 2009 MBC
Voice 2017 Club Fever DJ (Ep. 9) OCN


  1. ^ "Jaurim". KBS World. Retrieved 2016-06-20.
  2. ^ a b "Kim Yoon-ah takes on musical role". Korea Times. 2015-12-02. Retrieved 2016-06-20.
  3. ^ Kim, Han-gil (April 29, 2016). "김윤아, 6년 만에 자우림과는 180도 다른 솔로곡 '키리에' 발표". TVDaily. Retrieved 2016-04-29.
  4. ^ "'홈즈' 김윤아♥김형규, 셀프 인테리어 집 공개 "타일 일일이 골라"[결정적장면]". Newsen (in Korean). June 20, 2021. Retrieved September 16, 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  5. ^ Hong Seong-hoon (June 20, 2021). "김윤아, 20일 드라마 '마인' OST 'Winner' 발매" [Yuna Kim, OST 'Winner' for the drama 'Mine' released on the 20th]. NBN News (in Korean). Retrieved June 20, 2021.

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